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THOY, UO., Jl LYlO, 1872.
OP NEW YORK.
II. VllATZ IIItOWIY,
The first number of s new St. Louis
paper, tbe Globe, was to have been litued
to dij, tin 10th. Messrs. McKcc and
Houser, formerly or tha Democrat, are
A correspondent of the St. Paul Pio
neer makes the astounding statement that
neirly all tbe postmasters in Sherburne
county arc going to voto Tor Greeley.
The Pioneer should bo more discreet than
to let suoh a cat out of tbe bag. Now
ever; one of thou postmasters will lose
their positions gee if tlisj don't.
The New York Word advises tie
Democrats to throw up the sponge and
confess that Grant cannot bo beaten.
Poor, weak, frail brother, we don't sup
pose ho could if everybody followed the
WorljJJnd.yfce TJKIfl fs mature
enough In that sponge yot to wash Grant
out of the Whits Houso and purify it,
notwilstanding tbo World's little drop is
Hut thi best joke of all is to see the
silly Democrats following tbe old white
hat, nnd that, too, when the very men
who got up the movement arc backing
nut and trying to cet up a now ticket.
St. Joseph Herald.
If all the so-called leaders were ''hack
inj out," which however is far from
being the truth, it would rustier but
little. This would only prove that the
"leaders" could not have their own way,
but that there is a greater power behind
them that is propelling the ship of re
form the people. Tbcy have become
tired of following in the wake of
"leaders," and propose to run the thing
Tho Savannah News prudicts that if
tbo Hjltiinote convention nominate
Greeley, Georgia will go for Grant by
20,000 majority, liut the predictions of
modern prophets don't generally pan out
If Georgia should be to silly as to give
such a majority to the man who has dace
so much to render bu state extremely
unooiu fortable for the past few yatrs, she
will deserve little sympathy if she should
have to suffer another four years indig
nity and carpet bag rule. But there is
not much reliance to be placed in these
newspaper predictions, since the people
have become independent enough to
thiuk and act for themselves.
We are gratified at seeing our nomina
tion of Col. T. G. Hutt for Secretary of
State so generally approved. The Co
lumbia Herald, Mexico Intclligeruor, St.
Chsrles News, Warienton Ranntr, Jones
burg Leader, Tike County Post. Clarks
ville Sentinel, and other papers, havo
complimented bis manly political course
and personal virtues in a handsome man
ner, indeed it would be difficult for the
most fastidirus to find a flaw in his
character, personally or politically, or to
impeach bis ability. We earnestly hope
the statu convention will see fit to give
him a place on the ticket. Ho certainly
deserves it, aud Lincoln county ought to
bo reprensentcd on the state ticket, for it
will roll up a rousing Demcratic majority
The New York World is at last wheel
ing around to the support of Greeley. A
few days ago it published a card for a
bolters meeting at Baltimore, in rase
lieracc Graelay should be nominated, but
says "wo take no stock in this disorgan
izing movement. So long as there re
mained tbe slightest chance of defeating
Mr. Graaley dt Baltimore, wa spared uo
effort. Wa thought it, and still think it
a nomination unfit to be made; but we
had our say, and finding our strenuous
efforts and those of the ablest Demeoratic
journals of the country, all in vain, we
submit to tha inevitable with such grace
as wa may, and dooline to take any part
in a vaio attempt to stem the current.
Suicide op a Mother She Drowns
Herseli' and two Children Mrs.
Maria bpringer, wife of Wm. Srpinger
of Uolstein, Warran county, committed
suicide and drowned her two infant chil
dren, ou Friday evening last, the 28th
ulto. We havo merely learned tho bare
facts, and give them as told one of our
citizens, by tho Sheriff of Warren, on
Monday. Mrs. Springer walked out
upon a log over a small pond, near
Holstein, and with a child under each
arm, plunged into the pond where tho
water was only three feat deep, drowning
herself and her two little boys, Search
was made that night and tha bodies found
at half past 3 o'clock on Saturday morn
ing, iu water not over 18 inches deep.
The raothor still tightly held an infant
under each arm cold in death. Mrs.
Springer was highly respected, she was
the daughter of Dr. Rugo of Holstein.
We hear of no causo biing assigned, save
insanity, for ber rash and uunaturil act.
Tho bodies ware buried in tha same coffin
on Suiidsf last. Montgomery County
The .Missouri Krjmullcan
It is with pleasure we nolo tho success
of tbe Missouri Kepublicati, which has
long been not only a
journal of the West, but one of the best
new mediums in the whole country.
Y learn through tiiis paper that its now
building, claimed to be the handsomest
printing office in the world, is fast ap
proacbing completion. As soon as th
new quarters are inhabited, the proprie
tors will increase their means of working
off the large and increasing editions, and
ameng their presses will have one of the
celebrated ''Walter" or London Times
presses and a new Uullock perfecting
press. These presses aro wonderful
pieces of mechanism. They print both
sides of the sheet at one operation, nnd
at tho rale of 15,000 an hour, or about
51 papers every second. While printing,
tha paper, which is an "endless" sheet
cut into four mile lennflis and tichtlv
railed upon reels, travels through the
machine at tho rata of nearly 1,000 feet
per minute, and a reel of four miles of
paper is thus printed and cut in less than
twenty five minutes. Tho Bullocks is
of recent invention, and shows to what
perftction the "art preservative" is ap
proaching. At this time ouly six of
thorn have Leen construetntl, (Iiujo rued
by (he London Times ni Kdinburg
Tbe propietors are also receiving now
type, and expect soon to present the Re
publican in an entirejy new dress, and on
a quarto sheiit as large as any of tho Now I
iur& unities, i ne quarto lorni seems to
be growing in favor among newspaper
. . , ...
men. It g.ves tbe reader eight Pgcs,
smaller in tize, and somewhat easier te
manage than the four large cumbersome
Dares like thn,e used liv tha Itnmil.lirnn
at present , but whether thty are as satis
factory to the business man and adver
tiser of the city we believe has not yet
been thoroughly established. Under its
present management, however, the sue
cess that has crowned the Republican's
ast will certainly follow its future.
The Little Folks Rack Again.
Tom Thumb and party, consisting of
Gen. Tom Thumb and hi wife, Com.
Nutt and Minnie Warren, accompanied
by their manager, S. Mocker aud ife,
and retinue, in all 13 persons, a pair of
ponies and carriage, arrived in Xsw York '
on the steamer Kgypt, a few day-since, j
having teen abseut three vcars and
pleted a voyage around the world. Tl.cy
went overland to California. Thence to
f to Japan, China, Australia, and the I-'ast
I Indies, returning via the Suez
Egypt, nnd thence across the continent
! to Great RritMn. They have travelled
55,000 miles, 31,000 by sea ; given 1,111
entertainments in different cities and
tewns; in all climates of tbe world,
without losing a single day or missing a
single performance through illness or
accident1-. Tho general has long since
made a fortune, and has iust comolcted a
fino resideuce at Middleborough, Mass., !
the birth place of bis wife. 1 he party
will make another tour through the
United States next fall.
Tho following expressions of promi
nent men make instructive reading just
"No man can hold efficc underGrant and
maintain his self respect," said Forney
a year ago.
"Grant has no mora capability than a
horse," said Fighting Joe Hooker, a
"He is not fit to govern this country,"
were Stanton's dying words.
"There are sixteen weighty reasons
why Grant should never bo President,"
wrote Colfax in 1868.
"He has no more soul than a dog,"
said Ben Ruttler, less than a year ago.
"He is not controlled by eonstitutional
law, but by political rings." says Trum
"His San Domingo business stamps
him as a first class conspirator," says
"He is tnakiug money out of his posi
tion, and that's all he cares about it,"
said Senator Carpenter to a Herald cor
respondent. "He is a man without suffioiont knowl
edge to preside ovar a caucus," said
Logan in 18G0.
Tho Louisville Courier-Journal says:
"The Missouri Democrat, the leading
Grant Republican organ in St. Louis, is
in a constant forment. It raves of the
inconsistency of Palmer, abuses Schurz
in eighteen paragraph1), and weeps over
Mr Greeley's "mistakes." It ought to
call itself the Misery Democrat."
The New York World says that tho Balti
more convention will he just as much a
packed affair as that at Philadalhia, and
"quite us unwotthy of confidenco " The
Hemocratio party will, no doubt, re
ciprocate the cordial support which tha
World is giving it,
North Carolina has an old citizen aged
103. His mind is so sound that he
recollects occurrences which other peo
pla have been studying the biitorias to
find out about for thrco generations.
The oM fellow baa eight children, the
oldest 82, and tbe baby G7 years old.
The circulation nf tho New York newi
papers fontsup 92 010 forGraot.and 353-
2C5 for Greeley.
Twenty-four newspapers in
support Greeley and Brown,
A Itmiftly for Hydrophobia.
Ens G'ou.NTitv Gentlemen. In ro
rlv to C W. U . d. 108. 1 can uive some
f?cU .which. l.b r " ' ,'7bdy.
lllvlv UJ AVIUg 1 1 m t i um liwv ubtivvwu
tbe biting of an animal by a mad dog
and the showing signs of hydrophobia is
not less than 0 days, hut may be 0
months. After tha animal has become
rabid, a bite or scratch with his teeth
upon a person, or slobber coining in can
tact with a sore or raw place, would pro
duca hydrophobia just as eosu as tbougl
be had been bitten by a mad dog. Hy
drophobia can be prevented, and I will
give what is well known to be an infalli
ble remedy, if properly admin'stered, for
man or beast : a dose lor a horse or cow
should be about four times as great as for
n person. It is not too late to give the
medicine any time before the spasms'
The Grst doso for person is Hoi.
elecampane root, bruited, put in a pint of
new milk, reduced to one hall by boiling,
then taken all at one dose in the morn
ine, fasting until afternoon, or. at least a
very light diet after several hours have
elapned. The second dose tho same as
Grt, except take - oz ot the root ; third
dose same as last, to be taken every other
day. Tbreo doses is all that is needed,
and there need be no fsar. This I know
from my own experience, and 1 know of
number or other cases where it has
been entirely successful. This is no
gucs work. These persons I allude to
were bitlan by llialr own loge, that had
been bitten by rabid does, and were
penned up to see if they would go mad ;
and they did go mud, and did bito the
persons. Tins remedy has been used in
and about Philadelphia for 40 years
or longer, with great success, and is
Known ns tne uoodinan remedy, l am
acquainted with a physician who told me
mich u, ,-o uSC iu iuuiq man uu
' b.ut DeNer koew
'where it was properly administered
, Am0Dp ollier ca.ej ie ,UBnlioni.di ric
, was where a number of cows had been
bitton by a mad dog ; to half the number
'"' administered this remedy, to tho
other half, not : the latter all died with
hydrophobia, while those who took the
elecampane aud milk showed no sign of
that disease. U (J. SHOEMAKER
Montgomery Co , Pa.
jIu. Greeley Not a Sectarian Can
DIDATE. Religionists of all sects and
parties can support Mr. Greeley. He is
a religious man, but not :i sectarian bigot.
Ho has alway- favoted political and rclig
ious freedom. He is a Protestant of tho
most liberal school ; but he has always
favored justice and right toward Catho
lies as well as Protestants. He and
Itubr.n Hill. linn .Inrm,. ,1,.. IIP., f , I, .. ,
prelate, were aUay, intimate friends,
The Catholics of the country can make
"0 objection to him which would not
(-m-rffy l? Mr. Collar, Ueneral brant, or
other caudidate for high
opposition of Mr. Greeley
Know uothing party, in part because they
iroscribed Catholics, has not been for-
canal to'Kt,enby them. Mr. Greeley does not
usk tha support of any one un account ol
his religion ; but certainly no one can
reluse to voto for him on account nf his
toli-ratiou. He is known by all to be a
man of pure life and temperate hitits.
It is said he dees not drink, and will not
be voted for by those that do. '! his is a
uiistaka. Thousands of men who cannot
overcome the appetite to driuk in them-
sslvcs, have the greatest respect for those
"ho can. In selecting a man for a great
rmblic tru.M- thp' wi" Pre(tT a man who
unco iiui uriuK iuuiiu wno noes, (jne 01
the most valuable traits of Mr. Greoley's
character is his example and advice upon
this subject. Certainly clorgymen and
members of the church will not object lo
him on account of his temperate habits
and teachings. All American citizens
may rely upon it that he will never be
seen in the streets of Washington or any
other city iu an intoxicated oondiiion.
This ssmrauce cannot be given for every
candidate who aspires to the Presi
Our Ticket. W have placed at the
head of our editorial pago the names of
three distinguishes and well tried Demo
crats as caddidatcs, subject to the decis
ion of tha nominating conventions. Col.
T. G Hutt, of Lincoln, is recommended
and will be supported by men who know
him, for Secretary of State. A better
man than he cannot be placed in any po
sition of trust. Ha needs only to be
Judge A. II. Buckner is the almost
unanimous choice of tha Democracy of
the old ninth ; that is enough.
Wtn. L. Gatewood, is the choice of
this county for the Slate Senate. lie is
as woll known and as popular in Piko as
he is in Montgomery, and is well and
favorably known to many leading men in
Lincoln. Ha is as true as steel, a Demo
crat of tbe purest water, an energetio
worker, and in every respect the man
to represent this district in the Senate
His nomination will securo a larger vote
to the ticket than any other name that
could bo placed upou it. Montgomery
A series of experiments, instituted to
test tha average losnih weight by drying,
shows that corn loses one-fifth, and wheat
one-fourteenth by tha process. From
this tbo statement is made that farme
will make more by selling unshelled corn
in tho fall at 75 cents than the following
summer at $1 a bushel, and that wheat
at SI 32 in December is equal to SI 50
for tha same wheat in tbe June following ;
estimate is made on tha basis of interest
at seven par cent, and takes no account
of loss from the depredations of vsrmiu.
Theso facts aro worthy of coosidtratian.
Tha Trucked Republican siya: Fre
mont's park is about five milts from
Summit station. A hunter who visited
this mountain informs us that the snow
on tbe north side is about fifty fret deep
in places and about a solid as a good
macadamized road. Tbero is no proba
bility that tha snow on this mountain will
disappear this season.
Harry Leslie, of AVatcrvills, Maine,
who calis h mscif "tin hero of Niagara,
and tha chaii,ploti tight rope artist o( tha
world," offered his services to tbe city of
Now York for a grand fourth of July
performance in harmony with the rage of
sensation which has taken possession of
the masses of tbe people. He appears
to hnie a just appreciation of lb
changes which the public taste is under
going and wishes to cater to the demand
lor the horrible. His proposition was to
slreieh a rope between t'ie tops of two of
tho highest steeples in the city, and prom
enade on It until this performance ceased
to amuse. Then to carry a eooking-
stovo along the rope from stoeple to
steeple, and cook a meal of victuals while
doiog it, in spile of wind or weather,
performing various gymnasts at the same
time, which he says are quite astonish
a letter to the Alta Calfornia of tbe
22t ult., Grace Greenwood takes a long
farewell of fc'an Francisco, evidently re
gretting to sever the pleasant associations
that have been lormeu during iter visu
to tho Pacific coast. Of bcr late trip to
the Yosemitc. she savs : "I thought
after having seen Swiss mountains and
Italian skies, I had beheld the utmost ot
earth's sublimity, encountered tho clear
est aud fairest of Heaven's sunlight, but
I coroo from tho dazzling and awful
Sierras, from tbe radiaut valley, a wiser
and a browner woman. It is the trip ot
all others to take the conceit out of
Ar.t.iANPE. Ohio. .Tulv 5. Thn new
coal mines, two tnilcs noth of Limavillc,
Ohio, on the Cincinnati and Indianapolis
railrouil, took fire about 3 V M. Wedues
day. There were twenty men anil ore j
boy in tne mine at tne time, meven
men escaped and nine men and one bny
ffrre imntriprnd tn ilc.lth. Tin tn 11
o'clock this forenoon seven bodies have
been recovered. I he fire has subsided.
Tho Rocheport Knterpuse says "that
John W. Harris of Roone has been
awarded tho premium of SI U0 offered by
tho Stato Board of Agriculture for the
best conducted farm in the st-ite. Mr
Harris is an efficient member of tho
Board, also vice president. We think
our agricultural societies would advance
the best interest of the farmers and the
commonitics generally by offering a few
premiums lor the best conducted (arm, in
the best condition, best management of
stock, varieties and quantities of produce
per aero, etc.
Ttrn tn4talnipnti nf thn slntrt ilfttit . of
859 000 each, fall due this month, on
July 'J and July Z, and will be promptly
Some timo sine the pension bureau
tont out circulars inquiring if certain
widows ol revolutionary soldiers were
still olive, and if so, their condition, etc.
The lady pasltnosier at Accomac Court
House, Vu , in answer to such inquiries,
replisd that oue widow there, Mrs. Mary
Ann Snead, was very feeblo and depen
dent on hur mother and others for sup
port. As to Sarah Ann Stewart, tho
widow of Thomas Lewis, who was also n
revolutionary soldier, the samo lady
st.ilcd (hat she was subject to fits, and
lived with her father, who was upwards
of one hundred years old. Mr. Babson,
chief ef tho division pension bureau, will
sonu send out mora of these circulars for
information. It is the intention to ar
range an alphabetical list of the names
of all surviving widows of revolutionary
soldiers to January 1, 1870, ond to keep
up their histories from that date outward
tn the timo of their dissolution. It is a
notable fact that there aro living two
widows of revolutionary soldiirs who are
under fflrty years jof age ; the oldest sur
viving widow is 115 years old.
The vexed conundrum propounded by
Humlct in his soliloquy as to "who would
fardels bear?" has nt last been soiled in
a satisfactory manner. Tha widow of a
man named Fardels, hung for horse steal
ing in Texas, has just given birth to
Ariiiiiiihtrn tor's Notice.
OTICE Is hereby given that letters of ad
I 1 mlnltrntion wcro grnnte'l to the undersigned
nn tho ctnto of Datld W. Cnner. deceafod, by
the Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln countv,
Mo,, on tho lSlh day of 'une, IS72.
All piron haling claims ngainjt said eslnto
aro required to exhibit them lo the administrator
for nliowanco within one year fron tho date of
sail letter, or they may be precluded from nny
benefit of taid ctate, nnd if not exhibited within
two years from tbe dato f snid loiters they will
bo fnrvwr barred.
jullO EDO A It M. IlItCWNINO, Adm'r.
V'OTICKi! hereby given that letter, nf admin
i' Istrntijn wen- grnnte 1 to the under-liied
on tho rsiatv of William S. Cochran, dcce.ied,
by tho Clerk of tho I'robato Court of Lincoln
county, Mo , on tho 1 Ml h day of June, 1872.
All pcr.ons having claims ngi!nt iid ejtato
arcnqulred tn exhibit them to the administratrix
for allowance within one year from the date of
said letter?, or they may bo included from nny
benefit of pai I e-tate, and if nut exhibited within
two years fruui tho date of jaid letters they will
be lorever barred.
jullO M A y I!i:r,L COClinO.V. Adm'x.
TO TECACIB Hits.
NOTICK 1" hereby Riven that the undersigned,
S-uiierintcndent of public fchools of Lincoln
county, .Mo., will, in at! nlance ih the school
thf court hoiHc m Troy, nnl on thine iluvu only.
Xennlipr u!ll t.lois Lnr tdla ii ..ii.. I
W. S. Pi:NMXGTON.Sup,t Public Pr-hoolV.
OLDKR'S ffIUSKU.11, CIIMTS AM)
WILL EX1II1IIT AT
Troy, Thursday, July 18th.
Monarch ol all Shows
Is ComprNed of
AN INaTHUC IVi: MILSIJUM,
A MAMMOTH LIUCIIS ami
A (ilCtXIlt Jir.NACEBIE.
Three first eUs Exhibitions given in sei.arnto
comiwrtments, and seeu fu- u Single Tickot.
!'?.Iic, ,,arlr'lIi"- Noll"'. This Tripnrtito
hjthib.tlin is not a Kuilruud hnw, but travel-
by wagins. 151) horses nee u'ld lo trail-port it
t'-.rough tho -ountry ; also quite an army of men
are employed about ti'5 in nuuibir.
Uo and see tho
in Oldcr's great Consolidation only ono on ex
hibition in the uorld. The sljrht alono is worth
tho prleo of a ticket.
S1'iilvM,Iw,EI,VcS,KA Wn SEAtf!. SHANKS,
U?iv IH?" S,:a C0 1 Ar ELEPHANT
ONL FIFTY INCHES IN HIOHT.
NUMEUOUS C.IUANTIC DE.VS OF
WII.ll ANIMALS, A HOST OF
MONKEY:-', AND OVElt 300
TllOl'ICAL 11IHDS OF
l'l.U.M AGE. i
Oonnd tee THE S.1XYUAIIS, tho Groat
. ns. .V13"1"10""' ln their groat nets, slnglo and
double Traneie, Flying Leaps, Feats of Strength
on tho Flying Kingi.
Oo and tee tho KQUBSTItl AX STARS,
over Thirty in number.
Iioad tho descriptive prograramos and dally
mediums, and observe tho hugo pictorial bills
for pnrticulars of this World' Fair.
Jit Museum and Menagerie In SEPARATE
COJiPAHTMENTS from the Circus. Ono ticket
admits to both tents.
An OjclieMrul ami Comet nancl, equal
to the most elaborate, led by the celebrated Prof.
Doors open at 1 nnd " p. in.
Admbjsiun SO cents, children under 10 years
of ago 25 cents. '
tor"' A' 0,'UER' Proprietor and fJencral Direc
TV. II. McLANE, Manager,
of TickctsUY' A"i,Unt iIinilSor and Receiver
FRANK STEVENS, Treasurer.
ROIIERT W. FRYER, Equestrian Director.
Trof. LEDERHAUS, Musical Director.
J. M. CIIaM)I,KH, Gen'lt Agent.
K. A. ALEXANDER, Asst.
T. W. WITHR0I,
FINE BU AND WA0X
SADDLERS' FINDINGS OF
ami) ii:.i.i:tt in
Saddle and Harness-makers1
BRIDLES, TRACE CIIlJNS,
All of which are offered at the
MOST Ilil VSO.MHI i:
Having just finished new rooms
on the Corner of Main and Cherry
Streets, two doors north of my old
stand, I am now prepared, and will
keep on hand at all times the Rest
and Mcst Complete assortment,
of goods that has ever been offered
to the public in this county.
MY SADDLES AM) nitNi:ss
ARK IAlir. II 1' 1IIK
VERY BEST MATERIAL,
l'CT Cr t-NDKIl JIY OWN sn-EKVHIOV AXI)
Warrautrd to tiiw E'.utirr
AM) Vlir. Ol l l'.ltlW) AT I'HM IN
THAT DEFY COMPETI10A.
I AM ALSO l'liLTAKIlI) TO Fl'l'.XI?!!
All Kinds of Buggy Trimming, t)
: Cover Buggies, etc., etc.
j AtinxT rat Tin: ci:lki!hati:ii
which I' warrnnteil to t;ive entire ?aM?fiii?tion.
i T. "W. WITHROW
I rei2'Jn:i0vf.j 1
T WOULD respectfully announce m tbe i-ui-ren
of Lin?oln countv Ihat I have eurel
tho eerticc of a 1-lllST CLASS JOL'H.N I.Y
.MAN WATCH MAKE11, nudnill
Itciiair Watches :ioc! and
AT MODERATE BATES,
AM) IN COO!) OltDEK.
i:xguvix(j m;.yti,y i:i:rn:i
jtir Alt Wnrk Va ranted.
.1. I,. V A UK 81 A. Y,
P. A" A. Telegraph Oflice. llonfils' IluildiHg
N. B. Person wldilng to purchasn nny of
tho American Watches, I will furnish theiii at
Wholclo Price List. nlJv"
MRS. MARY sSEDLAGEK'S
Mi iner) Establishment
NOTION & GROCERY STORE,
For cheap groceries and jtrovisions,
and everything in the grocery
line, such as
(lo to Mrs. Sedlaeck's.
Agency of the Weed Fa mi It
Favorite Sewing machine.
Call and cjamiuo -this machine beforo pur
;jr- Persons Indebted to mo aro earnestly re
quested to call nnd settle last year's accounts.
Mi'N. ill. SED1.A.VEK.
Feb'y 1. 1872.
TO All WHOM IT MAY CONCKItN!
- - i .i jJiuauuicu ill lilt) vuuiitj
XI Court at tho .May term, IS72, asking th
Court to establish a municipal township, to bo
A PPTITIllV ... ., .t.
iiiuvhu lunnsnip, anu lo uavo tno ioiiv"
Ing boundaries! llcgln In tho channel of West
Culvro river In tho line of Llnoolu nnd Mongi
ery counties, thence north on tho county Hue to
tho lino of Pike county, thenco cast on the II"
between townships 50 and 51 to tho lino betweon
sections 4 and o, township 50, rango 2 west,
thenco south on section linos to tho channel of
West Culvro river, thenco up the channel of tM
river to place of beginning.
Said petition will bo considered by the court
on the first day of the August term for forlSttp
which said term will be begun and held at Its
co rt bouso In tho town of Troy, on Moudav.
Augmt 12, H72.
lly order of Ihe County Court.
Attests F. O. CAKE, County Clerk.
By J . M. McLELLAM, D. C. m23o2l
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